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>The engineer is now a
>client of the architect and not the owner so in theory, that firm has
>engineering capabilities, right?  WRONG!!
I don't know what California law says, but in Florida and Minnesota a 
firm advertising as providing engineering services must have a registered 
engineer as a principal.

How is it that no one complains to the California board about this sort 
of thing?

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